Bad Faith / Negligent Claims Handling
Business / Commercial Insurance
Community Association Litigation
Defamation & Privacy — Defense
Federal Trial Practice
Motor Vehicle Accidents — Defense
Personal Injury — Defense
Premises Liability — Defense
Property & Casualty
State Appellate Practice
State Trial Practice
Wrongful Death — Defense
Megan Quisao is a partner at Gray, Rust, St. Amand, Moffett & Brieske LLP. Megan’s practice focuses on civil litigation defense in federal and state courts and she represents businesses, insurance companies, and their insureds. Megan is an experienced litigator in personal injury suits, premises liability claims, construction litigation, community association disputes, bad faith/negligent claims handling defense, subrogation litigation, and insurance coverage matters. Megan has been successful defending cases through trial and the appeals process. Megan has trial experience in cases which resulted in judgments in favor of the defense and judgments for less than the claimed damages.
Prior to joining GRSMB, Megan worked in Nashville, Tennessee and her practice focused primarily on municipality defense and medical malpractice defense. Megan’s legal career also includes internships with the Honorable J. Scott Vowell of the 10th Judicial Circuit of Alabama and the Honorable R. David Proctor of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama. Megan received her Juris Doctor in 2010 from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University. While in law school, Megan was a Caruther’s Fellow, a Scholar of Merit in both Negotiation and Contracts, and a member of the Cordell Hull Speaker’s Forum.
Megan earned a Bachelor of Arts at Vanderbilt University, cum laude, in 2007, with concentrations in History and Political Science. Megan studied abroad at the University of Edinburgh in 2005. While in Scotland, she served as a parliamentary intern to Conservative Chief Whip, Bill Aitken, MSP.
Cumberland School of Law, Samford University
2010 | Tennessee (Currently Inactive)
2014 | Georgia
2014 | Georgia Court of Appeals
2014 | Georgia Supreme Court
2014 | U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia
Thank you for being so supportive with this case. You listened to me well and you gave me direct answers to my questions. They were clear and precise might I add.
I only wish I could have sat with Michael in court. He was ready to litigate, like me.
I will pass the word on to everyone about your firm and the two top practioners I had manage my situation lasting a year and some months.
I thank GOD this is OVER!
God Bless you both.